Nuclear Princeton aims to empower underrepresented groups of undergraduates, particularly Indigenous students at Princeton, to take on leadership roles in constructing an alternative narrative of nuclear science and engineering and generating a vision for actualizing more diverse Princeton. The project will address a current area for expansion in the University’s curriculum by providing an opportunity to underrepresented groups to explore alternative narratives that center their own and their communities’ experiences.

Nuclear Princeton is supported by the Council on Science and Technology, Princeton Science and Global Security, the High Meadows Environmental Institute, and the Addressing Racism Fund from the Office of The Dean of The Faculty